God’s Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.

Psalm 119:105


Congregational Bible Classes

Weekly Bible classes for all ages are held at Northside. Curriculum for nursery through high school rotates through Bible texts so that, as young people grow physically and mentally, they have equal opportunity to grow spiritually.  Likewise, adult class curriculum is designed to foster individual spiritual growth and to thereby grow the church.  

Information regarding current class topics and class locations is available from the church foyer's Welcome Center.

Click here for a listing of current class topics, their location and times.

Click here for Northside’s scheduled Bible Study class times.

 


Online Studies

You may use the following Northside links as you continue your study of God’s Word.  Some of the links are downloadable PDF documents. If you have not already done so, you may need to download a free Acrobat Reader from Adobe.com. May God bless you in your study.

NOTES:

  • Some studies may include adaptations of material from other sources.

  • Most material is not copyrighted and you may copy and use it in your own personal studies or congregational studies. Many of the studies are in 13-week format, suitable for a quarter’s classroom study. 

  • Copyrighted material is so noted and we ask that you respect copyright laws.

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Bible Builders - Question and Answer books designed for in-depth study of Bible facts. Bible Builders is often used as a preparation tool for Bible Bowl events. This material is COPYRIGHTED and available for purchase. Click for more details or an order form.

Church Organization and Leadership - A thirteen lesson study of the Bible’s guidelines for church organization.

Daily Bible Reading Schedule - A 365 day schedule for reading through the Old and New Testaments.

Discipleship...Jesus' Way - This series of studies was originally created as supplemental support for Northside's 2006 Discipleship...Jesus' Way sermon series by Leslie Chapman and Stan Cunningham.  The sermon series and supplemental studies apply principles from the ministry of Jesus as he taught and encouraged his followers.  Page 1 of each study is composed of a character study of one of disciples of Jesus. Page 2 is designed specifically for small group studies in learning to apply the principles learned to life in today's world.  Topics studied while small groups were not in session may be omitted from web files. 

 

Foundations - A 44 lesson series originally provided as supplemental support for Northside's 2004 Foundations sermon series by Leslie Chapman and Stan Cunningham.  The sermon series and supplemental studies were designed to focus on basic Christian principles.

 

Hebrews - A thirteen lesson study of the book of Hebrews.

Holy Spirit - A five-part outline study of the Holy Spirit.

Major Messages from the Minors - This series of studies was originally created as supplemental support for Northside's 2005 Major Messages from the Minors sermon series by Leslie Chapman and Stan Cunningham.  The sermon series and supplemental studies apply principles from the Old Testament's minor prophets to contemporary lives.  Page 1 of each study is composed in unique newspaper format as it might have been reported in the times of the minor prophets.  Page 2 is designed specifically for small group studies in learning to apply the principles learned to life in today's world.  Prophets studied while small groups were not in session may be omitted from web files. 

 

Rebellion in Israel - A 12-week series examining the rebellion of Absalom against his father, David, and how Godly principles should affect our everyday lives.

Sermon on the Mount - A thirteen lesson study of chapters 5 through 7 of the book of Matthew.


Stewardship - A twelve lesson study of the Christian’s role as a steward of God’s time, talents, and possessions.

Who is This Man Jesus? - A brief overview of the life of the Savior.

Worship - A thirteen lesson examination of the nature, history, and spiritual value of Biblical worship.